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Free Webinar: "OBDII goes UDS" | presented by Kvaser and Softing

Free Webinar: "OBDII goes UDS" | presented by Kvaser and Softing

Join Softing Automotive and our partner Kvaser for a free joint webinar on December 7th, 2022 (10:00AM EDT, 04:00PM CET) to find out how the latest CAN technology enhancements (CAN, CAN FD, CAN XL) support UDS, what the new SAE J1979 regulations mean in practice for diagnostics test, and how OEMs and Tier 1s can benefit.

Online Training Sessions in October – Register now!

Online Training Sessions in October

Dates & Information on Online Trainings in October 2020 | In spite of standardization and user-friendly tools, the complexity of vehicle diagnostics basically demands more or less sound know-how, depending on the area of application and requirements. Whether beginner or advanced, of course we are happy to support you with your daily challenges and offer a wide range of basic and specialist training sessions and workshops on the topics of vehicle diagnostics, the ODX and OTX standard and the use of our tools.

Literature Recommendation: Diagnostic Communication with Road-Vehicles and Non-Road Mobile Machinery

Book Title: Diagnostic Communication with Road-Vehicles and Non-Road Mobile Machinery, Author: Peter Subke, Publisher: SAE International

The book "Diagnostic Communication with Road-Vehicles and Non-Road Mobile Machinery" is all about standardized diagnostic communication between a diagnostic tester and E/E systems of road-vehicles and non-road mobile machinery such as agricultural machines and construction equipment.

UDS information poster – Order now for free!

UDS (Unified Diagnostic Service) is based on the standards KWP2000 for K-Line and CAN. It was developed with the goal of standardizing different implementations of the predecessor standards and new requirements stemming from further developments in technology and new standards to form one generally valid diagnostic protocol. UDS describes the layer 7 protocol (diagnostic services) but is based on an extended version of the diagnostic protocol of KWP2000 on CAN (ISO 15765-2).

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